If you’re buying a home for sale in Scottsdale this summer, you’ll be glad to know that we’re close to a number of award-winning wineries and tasting rooms. Check out these six amazing places to explore once you’re all settled in!

6 Wineries and Tasting Rooms to Explore in Scottsdale

These wineries and tasting rooms aren’t in any particular order – we just want to make sure you know about each of them:

o  Su Vino Winery

o  Desert Rock Winery

o  Salvatore Vineyards

o  Carlson Creek Vineyard

o  Aridus Wine Company

o  LDV Winery

Su Vino Winery

Su Vino Winery
7330 East Main Street
Su Vino Winery is an outpost of a Texas-based winery. With an in-house tasting room where you can enjoy a rotating “wines of the week” selection, Su Vino is a great place to spend an evening.

Desert Rock Winery

Desert Rock Winery
7302 East Helm Drive
Desert Rock Winery is a great experience. The vintners are extremely knowledgeable, and the atmosphere is laid-back and fun.

Salvatore Vineyards Tasting Room

Salvatore Vineyards Tasting Room
7064 East 5th Avenue
Salvatore Vineyards Tasting Room is the place to go for old-world and Italian-style wines. The tasting room itself is simple and elegant, and you’ll enjoy the wide selection.

Carlson Creek Vineyard, Scottsdale Tasting Room

Carlson Creek Vineyard, Scottsdale Tasting Room
4142 North Marshall Way
Carlson Creek Vineyard, Scottsdale Tasting Room is a spectacular place to go with a group or as a couple. The Old Town Scottsdale vibe is evident throughout this family owned tasting room.

Aridus Wine Company

Aridus Wine Company
7173 East Main Street
Aridus Wine Company has a wonderful selection of high-grade Arizona wines. The environment is casual, and they have plenty of membership options.

LDV Winery

LDV Winery
7134 East Stetson Drive
The LDV Winery is a comfortable, bar-style tasting room with plenty of options. They also serve light fare and have outdoor seating you can enjoy when the weather is nice.

About Scottsdale’s Tasting Rooms

If you’ve never been to a tasting room, Scottsdale has some of the finest places in the country to get your feet wet. Each of those on this list is designed to welcome people of all experience levels – you don’t have to know anything about wine to enjoy your time at a tasting room.
That said, here’s what you need to know before your first trip:

o  It’s not rude to pour out a wine. If you find one you don’t like – or even one you do – it’s perfectly acceptable to pour it out.

o  Try everything, even if you don’t think it’s your style. You might be surprised!

o  You don’t have to tip, but tips are appreciated.

o  Do buy wine if you find one you like.

o  Don’t wear cologne or perfume – no matter how good yours smells, it can interfere with other people’s tasting abilities.

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Realtor | Founder
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RE/MAX Fine Properties
21000 N. Pima Rd., #100, Scottsdale, AZ 85255